Nina Lotsari: "Music For Me Is The Endless Blue Of The Sky"

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Nina Lotsari is a talented Greek actress and singer who has captivated audiences with her exceptional performances and unique style. Born in Patra, Greece, she has studied in both Greece and London, gaining a vast experience in singing and dancing. Her education and training have equipped her with the skills necessary to excel in her chosen fields.

Nina's acting career includes notable roles in films such as "Moiraia Shesi" (2009), "Archipelagos" (2004), and "Me Dyo Mamades" (1998). In addition to her acting career, she is also a renowned opera singer, showcasing her exceptional talent for combining and blending different art forms.

Throughout her career, Nina has received numerous accolades and awards, including the Seven Stars Luxury Hospitality and Lifestyle Award. Her dedication to her craft and her continuous pursuit of excellence have made her a beloved figure in the entertainment industry.

Nina Lotsari's social media presence, including her Instagram account (@ninalotsariofficial), provides a glimpse into her life and work, showcasing her passion for the performing arts and her commitment to her fans.

Your career's diversity is impressive. How do you combine many different art forms, such as dance, theater, and music?

For me, the multidimensional nature of the career I have pursued all these years is something very natural for my artistic background. My studies and my desire to combine all three arts, when possible, have always been my goal.

You were influenced by your family's music, as well as classical education. How do you combine the classical character with primitive musical influences?

I was essentially influenced by a genetic mandate that had to do with a music-loving family. I always remember a house full of music, songs, and hundreds of vinyl records playing everything from opera to Pink Floyd, Glykeria, and the Kids From Patra, and I used to perform the usual shows at home and in the neighborhood when I was a child.

Can you tell us more about the influence of your grandfather, the violin virtuoso, on the evolution of your career?

My grandfather was also a "conspirator" in my own path since the DNA commanded it.

You have been involved in music from a very young age. How did you start and what were the first songs you performed?

My influences were the sounds I had at home, but fate had arranged for me to enter the magical world of classical singing unexpectedly, where I followed this flow of events.

Nina Lotsari: "Music For Me Is The Endless Blue Of The Sky"

Have you tried to incorporate various musical genres into your work? What is your personal preference regarding the genres of music you perform?

 Music for me is the endless blue of the sky. I don't put limits on what I like and what expresses me because every time I surprise myself, as long as what I perform gives me goosebumps every time, it doesn't matter what genre of music it comes from.

How do you perceive the relationship between music and dance? How does this relationship affect your performance?

Dance is the energy that complements my performance on stage. That's why I encourage my students in masterclasses to take dance lessons to unleash their wonderful energies.

You have represented Greece at the UNESCO World Conference. How do you feel about this experience and what were the main messages you tried to convey through music?

This representation was before I even finished my studies, still being an apprentice, so it was very honorable for me. And the message could be one thing. Music unites people's souls. A healthy, selfless "globalization."

You have collaborated with various artists and directors. Is there a work or collaboration that you consider particularly important in your career?

Many. All of them. I am grateful and lucky. I don't want to single out anyone, they have all been my companions and I can only thank all of them without exception!

How do you manage your free time and what are your favorite activities besides art?

I manage it according to my children's schedules and the care of my mental and physical balance. And then everything is easy!

How important a role does your family play in your decisions?

Certainly, my family has shown tremendous patience. It takes guts to be a child artist, that's the truth. But they know my tremendous love for them, and we ensure we have a healthy relationship.

Finally, what are your musical prospects for the future? Do you have any specific plans or projects you would like to share?

I am constantly traveling, performing concerts, and working on new projects. Always productive but also dedicated to the masterclass stage coaching I deliver in modern music arts, where self-confidence, stage dominance, and energy management are the daily goals of my students.

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